KIDS’ STUFF

Children of all ages enjoyed an Easter egg hunt, games and other activities during a free Kids’ Day event on the campus at Green River Community College on Saturday morning.

  • Wednesday, March 26, 2008 12:00am
  • Life

Brant U’Ren of Auburn

Children of all ages enjoyed an Easter egg hunt, games and other activities during a free Kids’ Day event on the campus at Green River Community College on Saturday morning.

Kids participated in a coloring contest, some face painting, while others had photos taken with the Easter Bunny. They also enjoyed snacks and other goodies.

Of course, the morning was highlighted by a scramble for Easter eggs.

Left, Morgan Gibson of Auburn, 3, sniffs a Tootsie Roll before eating it. She got the prize in an Easter egg during the egg hunt.

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